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On July 8, , federal prosecutors charged financier Jeffrey Epstein with one count of sex trafficking of a minor and one count of conspiracy to commit sex trafficking. Following the indictment, Epstein pleaded not guilty on both charges. He was denied bail and remained in jail until August 10, when several media outlets confirmed that Epstein had died by apparent suicide. But numerous questions still remain about Epstein's life, crimes, and fortune, some of which could be revealed in the new case against his longtime associate Ghislaine Maxwell , who was arrested in July Epstein started his career in New York City as a math teacher at the elite Dalton School, but in the s, he went to work at the investment bank Bear Stearns before founding his own firm, J.
Epstein and Co. Virgin Islands for tax reasons. While Epstein appeared to be wealthy, living in a massive townhouse and giving large sums of money to a wide variety of causes and institutions, the source of his money is obscure. He has been widely called a billionaire, but Forbes disputes that claim, saying that he was more likely "worth a fraction of that. In , Epstein pleaded guilty to a felony charge of solicitation of prostitution involving a minor , and was sentenced to 18 months in prison; he served 13, and was granted work release, which allowed him to commute to an office outside the jail six days a week.
He also registered as a sex offender. The plea deal came under renewed scrutiny last winter, after Miami Herald investigative reporter Julie K. Brown published a series on Epstein, his victims, and the powerful people who advocated for him to receive a more lenient sentence over a decade ago.
On July 24, Epstein was reportedly found injured in his cell. Several weeks later, on August 10, he was found dead by apparent suicide, per the New York Times , and his death is being investigated by the FBI.
Here is the official statement regarding his death from the Federal Bureau of Prisons:. On Wednesday October 30, a forensic pathologist working for Jeffrey Epstein's brother Mark announced he believed that Epstein did not die by suicide. The city's Chief Medical Examiner, Dr. Barbara Sampson, disputed Dr. Baden's claim, according to the New York Times. She had previously ruled his death a suicide. NPR reports that Epstein's death "effectively end[ed]" the criminal case, but several of his alleged victims have gone on to sue his estate.